Ultrasound indicates normal size liver but cirohsis. hep c, no ascietes, no swelling, sgot, sgpt high. gallstone. ef heart 40%.what is best option?
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Pathology 46 years experience
Can we Rx hep C?: If your hepatitis c can be treated / managed, the cirrhosis is likely to regress some. You'd be doing yourself a favor. If the gallstone is in the gall-bladder & not an issue, you may consider leaving it alone. Talk with your physician about whether your hepatitis c might be infectious to any partner. Be strong and stay proactive.
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